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Cartilaginous joints, also known as semi-movable joints, are joints that are connected by cartilage rather than bone. They provide more flexibility than fixed joints but less than synovial joints. Examples of cartilaginous joints in the human body include the joint between the pubic portions of the right and left hip bones.
Hip bones are important in the human body as they provide a strong foundation for the legs, support the upper body's weight, and protect the internal reproductive and digestive organs. The hip bones also serve as attachment sites for muscles used in walking, running, and other physical activities.